Fr. Hunwicke writes (http://liturgicalnotes.blogspot.ca/2014/07/is-there-canonist-out-there.html):
It appears that the former Bishop David Moyer has been told that he cannot enter the presbyterate of the American Ordinariate because the local Roman Catholic territorial bishop will not give him a positive votum.
I wonder if anyone can explain how this fits in with the provisions of Anglicanorum coetibus?
I have no idea whether this is true or not. There is also an instance I heard about where the local archbishop has given his votum but former TAC clergyman in question is not being considered.
But moving away from specific cases to principles, because we do not have the ability to ordain our own priests, we require the local Roman Catholic bishop to ordain and we cannot expect a bishop to ordain someone he would not approve himself as a candidate for holy orders. Secondly, good relations between the local diocese and the Ordinariate are essential. We are not to separate ourselves into some kind of closed, self-referential community but to be well-integrated into the wider life of the Catholic Church.
That said, we have been very, very blessed in Ottawa to have a welcoming archbishop who supported us and encouraged us and treated our former priests with fatherly concern even before they became Catholic. We are also well-integrated into the Catholic community, with the kind of sharing of gifts Pope Benedict XVI envisioned with Anglicanorum coetibus.
I hope that bishops in other dioceses will be as welcoming and generous as many bishops have already shown themselves to be across Canada and the United States. But some may need some persuading there is nothing to fear from us.